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  2. DEATH OF ANOTHER VICTIM.

    Grace Mawbey has just died. Dr. Tressider health officer, from Dubbo, has just arrive[?] and is now busy sewing up the wounds of Mrs. Mawbey and Miss Elsie Clark, ...

    Article : 134 words
  3. ARRIVAL OF THE CANADIAN MAIL STEAMER AT BRISBANE.

    The Warrimoo arrived at Pinkenba on Saturday after a pleasant voyage from Vancouver. Owing to the American tariff being in operation at Honolulu only a small freight was landed ...

    Article : 353 words
  4. THE TRANSVAAL WAR. OPENING OF THE CAPE PARLIAMENT.

    The Parliament of Cape Colony has been opened. Sir Alfred Milner, the Governor, read the Vice-regal speech, which anticipated ...

    Article : 57 words
  5. FEDERATION. THE ROYAL MEMENTOES.

    The table on which her Majesty the Queen signed the Commonwealth of Australia Constitution Bill, and the pen and inkstand used by her Majesty, and ...

    Article : 68 words
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    Advertising : 68 words
  7. PRIVY COUNCIL APPEALS. PAPWORTH v. WILLIAMS.

    The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council has dismissed with costs the appeal in the case of Papworth and others v. Williams, New South Wales ...

    Article : 191 words
  8. THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.

    The fortnightly meeting of the executive committee of this fund was held on Thursday last, there being present Messrs. J. Russell French, M. Gotthelf, E. L. Davis, T. A. Dibbs, R. Teece, and A. F. ...

    Article : 152 words
  9. PURSUIT OF THE BLACKS.

    Later in the morning of the tragedy, Mr. Mawley, in company with J. and A. M'Kenzle, kangaroo shooters, went in pursuit of the blacks, but came back again about daylight not seeing any trace of them. ...

    Article : 169 words
  10. MESSAGE TO THE POLICE.

    The Inspector-General of Police received the following telegram from Bathurst on Saturday morning:—"Gilgandra Police wire that Jimmy and Joe Governor and two other aboriginals attacked Mr. ...

    Article : 78 words
  11. THE INAUGURATION OF THE COMMONWEALTH.

    There is some talk in Parramatta of a movement with a view to having the federal inauguration ceremony carried out in Parramatta. It is urged that a more appropriate place for this ...

    Article : 124 words
  12. LATER MESSAGES TO THE POLICE.

    A later message from Dubbo stated that one of the aborigines and a boy had been arrested. The other three aborigines were making toward Denisontown. All the available police are in search. ...

    Article : 40 words
  13. THE LATE GUSTAVUS HOWDEN.

    The youngest ton of the late Rev. G. G. Howden, formerly of Burwood, was killed on June 7. at Botha's Pass, South Africa. News was recently received of his promotion to the position of sergeant, ...

    Article : 53 words
  14. COMMANDANT DE WET REPULSED.

    Lieutenant-Colonel M. O. Little, of the 9th Lancers, fought Commandant de Wet near Lindley, in the Orange River Colony. ...

    Article : 36 words
  15. FOLLOWING THE TRACKS.

    Two tracks have been followed going in the direction of Gilgandra, but were lost a deep creck owing to the rain. Large parties of armed men are scouring the bush. A younger son of the Mawbeye was ...

    Article : 460 words
  16. MOTIVE FOR THE CRIME.

    The only motive young Mawbey could ascribe for the deed was that he had heard that a European woman was living in the blacks' camp, and that she had made attempts to ingratiste herself with the ...

    Article : 144 words
  17. CAPTAIN HOLMES.

    A cablegram has been received stating that Captain A. Holmes, New South Wales M.I., has been invalided home, and he left Capetown by the Warrnambool on the 20th instant. ...

    Article : 32 words
  18. PENNY v. THE RAILWAY COMMISSIONERS.

    The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council has allowed, with costs, the appeal in the case of Penny v. the Railway Commissioners of New South Wales. ...

    Article : 234 words
  19. DOUBLE SEATS AS LEGISLATORS.

    Respecting the discussion which has taken place in this colony on the subject of gentlemen holding seats in both the Federal and the State Legislature, it is interesting to turn to the enacting clauses of a bill ...

    Article : 157 words
  20. LIEUT. TUCKWELL KILLED.

    News was received here on Saturday stating that Lieutenant R. H. Tuckwell, 28, of the South Australian Militi[?], who went to Natal and joined Bethune's Horse, was killed on May 28 in the ...

    Article : 49 words
  21. MOVEMENTS OF BRITISH COLUMNS.

    Lieutenant-General Lord Methuen has occupied Heckpoort unopposed. Lieutenant-General lan Hamilton and Lieutenant-Colonel B. T. Mahon are ...

    Article : 47 words
  22. AN ASHFIELD ALDERMAN'S OBSERVATIONS.

    Alderman A. W. Miller, of Ashfield, who knows the district in which the tragedy occurred, through having lived in it some year, and who knew the Mawbey family intimately, was ...

    Article : 551 words
  23. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING.

    Arrival: Westralia, s., at Wellington, from Sydney. (For continuation of Shipping Intelligence see Page 8.) SHIPPING REPORTS. (Continued from Page 6.) ...

    Article : 546 words
  24. SOLDIERS' MEMORIAL.

    A meeting of subscribers to the Soldiers' Memorial Fund was held yesterday to select a suitable monument to perpetuate the memory of the volunteers from this district killed in South Africa. Eleven ...

    Article : 98 words
  25. PROPOSED FEDERAL CAPITAL AT YASS.

    The Government engineer's report on the gravitalion scheme of water supply to the proposed federal city at Yass has been received by the local league, and has been forwarded to Mr. Oliver, federal capital ...

    Article : 155 words
  26. STIFF ACTION AT RIETVLEI.

    The attack made by the Boers on Lieutenant-General Pole Carew's division was at Rietvlei, near Pretoria, and was a stiff action. ...

    Article : 107 words
  27. CASUALTIES TO NEW ZEALAND SOLDIERS.

    The Premier has received a cablegram from Sir Alfred Milner, reporting the following casualties among the Mounted Infantry at Rietville, on July 16:—Severely wounded, Lieutenant John Findlay; ...

    Article : 94 words
  28. THE WESTERN AUSTRALIAN CAMPAIGN.

    Speaking on Friday night Mr. Randell, the Colonial Secretary, said Victoria had pursued the most selfish policy possible for my colony up to the last few years. Now she saw it was desirable ...

    Article : 570 words
  29. MELBOURNE TRAMWAY COMPANY v. CITY OF FITZROY.

    The Judicial Committee of the Privy Council has reserved judgment in the appeal in the case of the Melbourne Tramway Company v. the City of Fitzroy. ...

    Article : 125 words
  30. WHEREABOUTS OF THE BLACKS.

    Sub-Inspector Cameron, from Dubbo has charge of the case. No further news is to hand of the whereabouts of the blacks, but they are believed to be making towards Wellar, and if they get into the ...

    Article : 74 words
  31. NEW ZEALANDERS AS SOUTH AFRICAN POLICE.

    The Premier has received information that 160 New Zealanders have been taken into the South African Police service, and that 100 men who went to Beira, under Captain Major have been passed into the ...

    Article : 71 words
  32. A MAN AND A BOY ARRESTED.

    Senior constable Berry and Constable M'Lerie, accompanied by Mr. Mawbay and a few civilians, tracked two men into the bod of the Castlereagh River, at Boybean crossing, about tan miles from ...

    Article : 412 words
  33. THE VICTORIA CROSS.

    Further awards of the Victoria Cross have been made as follows:— Captain M. F. M. Meiklejohn, of the 2nd Gordon Highlanders, for conspicuous ...

    Article : 68 words
  34. THE WOOL SALES.

    The fourth series of wool auctions closed firm to-day. The top prices of the series were realised. ...

    Article : 148 words
  35. THE MAIL STEAMFRS.

    The R.M.S. Peninsular arrived at Colombo on Thursday morning. ...

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  36. THE UNEMPLOYED.

    Replying to a deputation on Friday last the Premier expressed the opinion that as half the men offered work by the Railways Labour Bureau do not respond to the invitation, the statements ...

    Article : 181 words
  37. THE STEAMER WYOMING.

    It was notified on the [?]hipping board at the Electric Telegraph Office on Saturday that the steamer Wyoming had gone aground on the Spit at the south entrance to Macleay Heads. ...

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  38. THE YSABEL.

    Some inquiries were being made for this vessel from the Solomon Islands, as it was thought that she would be back a week ago. Detention in the group is the explanation of her non-arrival. She left the Solomons on July 10 and ...

    Article : 52 words
  39. THE CLAN MACPHERSON.

    This fine barque, from Table Bay in ballast, made the port on Saturday, She has come to dock prior to going to Newcastle to load coal for Honolulu. The vessel had a good weather passage to making this coast, when ...

    Article : 64 words
  40. VICTORIA. DONALD MACDONALD'S LECTURES.

    Mr. Donald Macdonald, the special war correspondent of the "Sydney Morning Herald," brought his lecturing tour throughout Victoria to a close last night. From first to last his tour has ...

    Article : 74 words
  41. DETENTION TO SHIPPING AT CAPETOWN.

    The master of a large sailing ship, which arrived at Capetown with coal at the end of April, writing on May 15 to his owners, says:—"Ships are detained here fearfully. The barque Bristol is the next ship on turn. She has been ...

    Article : 107 words
  42. THE CANADIAN-AUSTRALIAN LINE.

    Messrs. Burns, Philp, and Co., Limited, report the movements of the above line of steamers as follows:— R.M.S. Aorangi sailed from Sydney on July 16, and sails from Brisbane this day for Vancouver and victoria, ...

    Article : 95 words
  43. THE ANNESLEY AT DURBAN.

    The steamer Annesley, from Newcastle and Melbourne, has arrived at Durban. During the voyage she lost 201 horses. [The Annesley shipped 300 bead of cattle at ...

    Article : 44 words
  44. NEWCASTLE COAL CARGOES AT HONOLULU.

    The United States annexation of Hawaii gives promise of shortening the business in oversea cargoes to the port of Honolulu unless the consumers of the cargoes are prepared to "pay the piper." No doubt that things will regulate ...

    Article : 143 words
  45. THE FEDERAL LINE.

    Messrs. Birt and Co., Limited, managing agents for the Federal S.N. Company, Limited, report their steamers' movements as follows:— Coranwall left Albany on June 30 for South Africa and ...

    Article : 157 words
  46. COST OF THE PACIFIC CABLE.

    Speaking in reference to the statement that the annual loss of working the proposed Pacific cable would be £54,000, and that Victoria would be required to contribute £6000 annually towards ...

    Article : 77 words
  47. LATEST MAIL NEWS.

    From Vancouver files to used by the steamer Warrimoo up to June 25 the following are taken:— The Chinese Empire Reform Association has taken up the appeals of the Emperor to the Powers ...

    Article : 687 words
  48. AFFAIRS AT PRETORIA.

    Field-Marshal Lord Roberts has ordered the wives and children of Boers at Pretoria to rejoin the men fighting at Pionaars Poort, thus lessening the pressure ...

    Article : 44 words
  49. POPULAR ELECTION OF THE MAYOR.

    Sir,—Before Parliament deals with the bill for the amendment of the law relating to the Sydney City Council it should pause to consider whether the present system of selection of the Mayor by the council ...

    Article : 401 words
  50. INTERVIEW WITH ONE OF THE FAMILY.

    Mr. Jack Mawbey, eldest son of Mr. Mawbey of Gilgandra, has been residing in Sydney for some time. He joined the Third Contingent in the hope of going to South Africa, but when that regiment ...

    Article : 566 words
  51. SANDOWN PARK JULY MEETING.

    On the opening day of the Sandown Park July Meeting the contest for the principal event on the card resulted as under:— ...

    Article : 608 words
  52. ISLAND TRIP OF THE BIRKSGATE.

    Captan Thorpe, of the steamer Birksgate reports taking departure from Sydney at midnight on June 27. arrived at Newcastle at 6.30 a.m. the 28th, deaarted at 5.30 p.m., arrived at Noumea at midnight July 2, left at 8.30 a.m. ...

    Article : 181 words
  53. QUEENSLAND.

    Steady rain has been experienced in Brisbane since yesterday afternoon, and it is still continuing. A memorandum issued by the acting Government Meteorologist shows that the weather ...

    Article : 180 words
  54. A CANADIAN LACROSSE TEAM.

    At the lacrosse dinner on Saturday evening Mr. H. J. Boswell, vice-president of the New South Wales Association, assured the gathering tha[?]from what he heard and saw when in British Columbia ...

    Article : 97 words
  55. BURGHERS BANISHED TO CEYLON.

    Fifteen burghers of tha Zeerust district have been banished to Ceylon, and their property has been confiscated, on account of their taking up arms again after having ...

    Article : 61 words
  56. THE TYSER LINE.

    The Star of Victoria, from New York, 'due to-day, reports having left London on April 27 for New York with about 1000 tons of chalk ballast, and encountered a succes sion of gales and high seas to Sandy Hook on May 13, ...

    Article : 228 words
  57. A FORTY-FOUR OUNCE NUGGET.

    Two young men, named C. Bransom and W. Chong, puddlers, while taking out washdirt from Parkin's Gully, in the Rushworth district, picked up a specimen weighing over 4lb. On bringing it ...

    Article : 450 words
  58. PEACE DELEGATE ARRESTED.

    The Boer who was arrested at Hatherley on a charge of carrying arms, and in whose residence bar gold was found, was Mr. A. D. W. Wolmerans, who had been ...

    Article : 58 words
  59. CATTLE CARGOES TO CAPETOWN.

    In her palmy days—she was built 34 years ago—the iron steamer City of Lincoln, which has been floated into the Alfred Grating Dock, says a Melbourne exchange, was a western ocean passenger liner of high repute. For some ...

    Article : 332 words
  60. WESTERN AUSTRALIA.

    Mr. G. Atkins, son of the senior partner of Messrs. Atkins and Law, while engaged on Wednesday at Onslow loading a contractor's plant for Carnarvon got his foot caught in a sling ...

    Article : 83 words
  61. A.M.P. SOCIETY.

    Sir,—I think that every well-wisher of the abo[?] society will deeply deplore the action adopted by the chairman of directors and his board at the meeting on Friday last, and will see that such action is ...

    Article : 244 words
  62. AN AUSTRALIAN CASUALTY.

    Private O. King of the Victorian Mounted Infantry, who was reported to be dangerously wounded at Hatherley, has succumbed. ...

    Article : 25 words
  63. DISTURBANCE AT A LECTURE.

    A lecture delivered by Mr. Slattery, ex-priest, in the Temperance Hall this afternoon, was made the occasion of a violent disturbance, which was followed by the arrest of two young men. There ...

    Article : 183 words
  64. OFFICIAL MESSAGES.

    {No abstract available}

    Detailed lists, results, guides : 142 words
  65. ISLAND VOYAGE OF THE MAMBARE.

    The Shepherd Plaid lines of Messrs. Burns, Philp, and Co.'s island service, the Mambare, came in yesterday, completing her first voyage. Captain T. Williams report[?] having left Sydney on June 2, and arrived at Lord Howe ...

    Article : 160 words
  66. TELEGRAM TO THE PREMIER.

    The Premier received a telegram on Saturday morning informing him that a brutal murder had been committed at Gilgandra, about 30 miles from Dubbo. The crime was committed by two ...

    Article : 282 words
  67. PATRIOTIC FUND.

    The result of a military encampment fete held at Kooroogama, the residence of Alderman A. G. Ralston (Mayor of Burwood), recently, was of a very gratifying nature, not only to the ladies end ...

    Article : 91 words
  68. VOYAGE OF THE R.M.S. ORMUZ.

    The Orient Company's R.M.S. Ormuz arrived from London early on Saturday, and in the afternoon took a berth at the Quay. Lieutenant C. Nicholson, R.N.R., in command, reports having left London at 4.40 p.m. on June 8, ...

    Article : 343 words
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